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Old 06-29-2004, 08:52 AM   #1
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MDK10 and Apache, MySql & PhP


Please forgive me I am new and trying to get a laptop set up as a webserver to learn the web design using MySQL & PhP.

MDK 10 seemed a very useful package, I had tinkered briefly with Mandrake before and it happened to be on a magazine cover disk.

Got the machine up and running, networked and connecting to the net, apache seemed fine could get the localhost connection up fine but then I ran into a wall. Trying to get info relative to the apche version on MDK 10, seems all the tutorials point to different directories and different files, I cant seem to find anything that gives a good guide to the enhance apache webserver MDK 10 uses or anything on configuring PHP & MySql to use it.

I am a mere beginner so a good howto would be great - most the ones I find are for the older versions of apache/mysql/php or for windows set ups.

ANy advice given gratefully recieved.
 
Old 08-04-2004, 05:56 PM   #2
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By default Mandrake 10 comes with the ADVX server (http://advx.org/), it is based upon Apache at heart but has a few extra things. It also comes with MySql and PHP configured automatically so if you choose the right options when installing you shouldn't need to do anything.
 
Old 08-05-2004, 07:49 AM   #3
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The best tool for configuring all your system services is webmin.
In your file manager type the following url

localhost.localdomain:10000

If that doesn't work try

localhost:10000

Use root as your username. From here you can load and configure all the modules used by databases, servers and php.
 
  


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